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We are seeing a global recovery in manufacturing – Increased hiring expected!

Posted by Bert Maes on January 7, 2010


  • The US manufacturing index read 55.9 in December after 53.6 in November. A reading above 50 indicates growth.

    Ready for liftoff

  • The US index of new orders, a signal of future production, jumped last month to 65.5 from 60.3 in November, the highest level in five years.
  • CHINA”s manufacturing sector expanded at its fastest rate in 20 months in December.
  • In EUROPE, a similar survey in the 16 countries that use the euro rose to a 21-month high
  • A manufacturing index for BRITAIN rose to a 25-month high.

What we’re seeing is a global recovery in manufacturing that will be more pronounced than the economic recovery as a whole,” said John Ryding, chief economist at RDQ Economics.

That could lead to increased hiring and job creation as manufacturers ramp up production.

Read full article: U.S. Manufacturing Growth Accelerates In December By Christopher S. Rugaber, AP Economics Writer Manufacturing.Net – January 04, 2010

3 Responses to “We are seeing a global recovery in manufacturing – Increased hiring expected!”

  1. I cannot believe this will work!

  2. Bert Maes said

    Thank you for your comment, Roulette Download.
    It is much appreciated

    Why do you think this “will not work”?

    Thank you,

    Bert
    https://bertmaes.wordpress.com

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